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15th June 2018 A sudden upsurge in brutal violence in northern Mozambique, including the beheadings of women and children, has sounded alarms that a violent... →
13th June 2018 As 2017 drew to a close South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), had reached the nadir of its popularity with voters.... →
7th June 2018 The goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will guide development policy action over the coming years, in the pursuit of... →
21st June 2018 The DA is stunned by Patricia de Lille’s desperate attempts to make the people of Cape Town pay for her personal legal fees. We applaud the... →
21st June 2018 The Communist Party of Swaziland is not surprised by the open declaration of war against the people by the Mswati III regime through its Finance... →
21st June 2018 The trade union UASA has been engaged in salary negotiations at a centralised level with Denel Management since the beginning of April 2018. The... →
14th June 2018 Being a good lawyer is no longer enough. In uncertain times, and an increasingly complex world, the market has begun demanding a new pace and scale... →
13th June 2018 The Intestate Succession Act 81 of 1987 (hereinafter the “Act”) regulates the circumstances where a person dies without a Will or where a person... →
13th June 2018 The IFLR1000 recognised Sally Hutton, Karen Couzyn, Safiyya Patel and Angela Simpson as part of this year’s Women Leaders. Women Leaders is a new... →
13th June 2018 The recent Supreme Court of Appeal judgement of CSARS v The Executors of Estate Late Sidney Ellerine illustrates the importance of obtaining tax... →